Using data visualization to explore the eras of baseball

In consulting with companies about building models with their data, I always talk to them about how their data may differentiate itself over time. For instance, are there seasons in which you might expect a rise in flu cases per day, or is  there an economic environment in which you […]

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Visualizing data quality with FAA drone data

I used JMP to explore a recent FAA drone data set, inspired by a weekly data visualization challenge called 52Vis. The data set contains "reports of unmanned aircraft (UAS) sightings from pilots, citizens and law enforcement." I decided to focus on exploring the time data. I'll describe how I prepared the time […]

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#OneLessPie for Pi Day

Last week, I celebrated the progress we've seen in cleaning up wayward pie charts, and today I again use Pi Day as an opportunity to give the world #OneLessPie. Since I am at Discovery Summit Europe in Amsterdam this week, I chose a European topic for my makeover. I started […]

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Progress on #OneLessPie

Pi Day (3/14) is next week, and once again, we are encouraging everyone in the data visualization community to use this day as motivation to help clean up ineffective pie charts within their organization or in public spaces like Wikipedia. I think there is still a mindset outside of our community that a pie […]

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Sneak peek of data visualization webcast with Xan Gregg

On the next Analytically Speaking, we’ll hear from Xan Gregg, JMP Director of R&D and the creator of the drag-and-drop Graph Builder. Here is a preview of what he’ll discuss. Tune in Wednesday, March 16, at 1 pm ET to hear the rest. Q: Tell us about the importance of […]

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Sailing and the art of data quality assessment

Gerhard Svolba is a colleague at SAS who is not only an experienced analyst and a caring father, but also an author for SAS Press and an enthusiastic sailor. He has done valuable research about detecting data quality problems and their consequences for data analysis. As a statistician, I’m well […]

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Visualizing historical biomarker data with JMP

I shared in my previous post that I scoured my baby book and tracking notebooks and requested various medical records to gather historical information about my weight fluctuations over the years. I used this data to construct JMP graphs with annotations and pinned hover labels containing pictures (thanks to the […]

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Analyzing Manning and Brady over the years

If you follow pro football (and probably even if you don't), you know that last night the Denver Broncos beat the New England Patriots to earn their spot in Super Bowl 50. But as if a shot at the Super Bowl wasn't big enough, this game meant even more than […]

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So, you like hearing from our developers

Last year, you heard from many people in JMP Development here in this blog. And it turns out you liked that best! Almost all of the top 10 posts of 2015 were written by R&D folks, and that's not a surprise. Our developers have tons of useful information and examples, […]

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New activities and videos to enhance your JMP skills

Since it debuted earlier this year, the New User Welcome Kit has become one of the most fun and efficient ways to learn how to use JMP. Now it’s been updated with six new hands-on activities that let you apply your skills within JMP itself. The new activities include: Using Graph […]

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